Meet Penrod’s New Faces, In 140 Characters Or Less

September 14th, 2017 • 3 min read

We welcomed four new employees last August! It’s always fun getting to know our new faces around the office, so we asked them this question: “if your best friend (partner, spouse, college roommate, mom, barista, pet, or whoever knows you best) had to describe you in 140 characters, what would they say?” Here are their responses:

Allison Pauers

Salesforce Specialist
Hired on August 2

Person she’d most love to meet: Paul McCartney. I love music (especially classic rock) and I feel like he'd have the best stories about people and moments throughout the from the beginning of the rock era until now.

And here’s Allison in 140 characters:

“Allison is a very bold and outgoing person. Though she often marches to the beat of her own drum, she will do everything and anything to help friends/family/coworkers.”

Keenan Wojnicz

Project Manager
Hired on August 7

Favorite travel experience: Rural Japan. It is the most beautiful place I've ever been to and it is steeped in fascinating history.

Here’s Keenan in 140 characters:

“Keenan is the type of person that would drive 2 hours in a blizzard to pick up someone he hardly knows but never does chores.”

Stacy German

Project Manager
Hired on August 7

Claim to fame: I am a yoga instructor and Giannis Antetokounmpo came to my yoga class once!

And here’s Stacy in 140 characters:

“Stacy is positive and full of energy. She seeks fun and adventure in all that she does. Stacy loves yoga, laughing, dogs and sunshine.”

Tara Vandygriff

Engagement Manager
Hired on August 14

Fun fact: I didn't learn how to ride a bike until I was 21 (and I am still pretty bad at it).

And Tara in 140 characters - give or take a few:

“A world view with a loud laugh who can empathize with anyone in any situation. She's always drank that beer/cheered for that team/felt that way and is quick to bond over it. She always leaves a thank you not and is the first person to volunteer for the tasks that should get a thank you note.”